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Typical Pollen Season in Albuquerque

Which plants produce pollen and when? When is allergy season?

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Plant Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Juniper/Cedar Juniper Icon Juniper Icon Juniper Icon Juniper Icon



Juniper Icon Juniper Icon Juniper Icon Juniper Icon
Elm elm icon elm icon elm icon elm icon







Ash

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Cottonwood

cottonwood icon cottonwood icon cottonwood icon cottonwood icon





Mulberry


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Chenopodiaceae


chenopodiacea icon chenopodiacea icon chenopodiacea icon chenopodiacea icon chenopodiacea icon



Sage



sage icon sage icon sage icon sage icon



Grass



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Ragweed






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What this table shows

The Pollen Production table shows when different kinds of pollen are produced in Albuquerque.

  • Juniper/Cedar pollen is produced from January through April and from September through December.
  • Elm pollen is produced from January through April.
  • Ash pollen is produced from March through June.
  • Cottonwood pollen is produced from March through June.
  • Mulberry pollen is produced from April through May.
  • Chenopodiaceae pollen is produced from April through August.
  • Sage pollen is produced from May through August.
  • Grass pollen is produced from May through October.
  • Ragweed pollen is produced from August through October.
  • Albuquerque's Pollen Season lasts from March 1st through October 1st.

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